Well it’s been a real long time since I have posted anything. No excuses, I guess all I can say is that work has been good and I’ve just been way too busy to post things on here. Opting instead to post images on Instagram, which is faster and requires less work.
Covered the Swedish Chef of the Year competition yesterday. Congratulations to chef Martin Moses who won this year’s competition.
The Swedish Women’s National Team normally plays their matches out of Göteborg, but in the run to the World Cup they played against Germany in Stockholm.
New season same old Djurgården. Started really strong and it looked like the game could end 4-0. But when the final whistle blew it was 2-2.
Here’s one from yesterday’s Allsvenskan premiere between AIK and Östersund. Östersund held on for dear life and managed to squeeze out a point.
Links to news & stories from the 13th week of 2019. Including the Sony a9 5.0 firmware, 2019 Surf Photo of The Year, EU copyright law, and more.
Netflix held a red carpet premiere screening for their first Swedish series “Quicksand” at the Swedish Film Institute earlier this week.
Sony had me down in Tenerife along with a bunch of other pro photographers to test out the Sony Alpha 9 camera with the new 5.0 firmware.
Couldn’t resist, snuck in a quick concert and went to photograph the Dave Matthews Band who performed at Annexet in Stockholm tonight.
Links to news & stories from the 11th week of 2019. Including Canon EOS-1D Mark III, Photo Mechanic 6, Climate Change Strikes, and more.
BK Häcken is through to the final of the Swedish Cup after defeating Djurgården 3-2 in extra time with a goal from Mervan Celik.